Novel Sampling Design for Respondent-driven Sampling

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Respondent-driven sampling (RDS) is a type of chain referral sampling popular for sampling hidden and/or marginalized populations. As such, even under the ideal sampling assumptions, the performance of RDS is restricted by the underlying social network: if the network is divided into weakly connected communities, then RDS is likely to oversample one of… (More)

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